The Public Health Crisis of Racism

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The elimination of health disparities will not be achieved without first acknowledging racism’s contribution to health and social inequalities. Join the American Academy of Family Practice (AAFP) on Monday, June 22 for “The Public Health Crisis of Racism”, a special community discussion on the association between racism and health outcomes, implementing practice skills that identify and address racial trauma in the clinical setting, and ways to engage with community partners to advance strategies that advance racial equity in the community. Dr. Renée Crichlow, Assistant Professor and Director of Advocacy and Policy at the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health as one of the panelists. Learn how to engage with community partners to address strategies that advance racial equity in your community during the discussion. Submit questions at aafp.org/covid19ask. Access the live link at the AAFP's Facebook page.

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Monday, June 22, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

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